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Old 05-23-2012, 09:07 PM
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Repair shop in Ft Collins

Hi, does anybody know of a good reputable shop in Ft Collins, Colorado?
My 2001 still has some weird braking issues and would like to find someone to help with it. It has a soft pedal but still stops. Like a master cyl when they bypass, but new Motorcraft on it, has been bled to death. Ford manual says abs can do this, but need another opinion. or two or... .

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Bump to the top. Good luck.

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They are in Old Town off Mountain Ave. They did my emissions and do all kinds of diesel repair too.
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Thanks Rick, and Alex.
I will be back in Ft Collins next week, will look them up. Thanks for the link.
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